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    Detroit Magnet Motor Inventor Seeks Gauss Meter - An inventor in Detroit said that on Dec. 1 an all-magnet motor he's been working on began rapidly spinning by the power of magnetism alone. He is looking for someone in the Detroit area who has a gauss meter he could use to test the magnets to see if they are diminishing in strength. (PESWiki; Dec. 4, 2009)


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Make Your Own Simple Gauss Meter

On December 23, 2009, jmccoy wrote:

Hi Stirling,

It's hard to understand why someone with the technical ability to build a 'magnetic motor' would be flummoxed about how to measure the strength of the magnets he's using.

Simple gauss meter:

  1. Fix securely a graduated compass at the outermost point of deviation from the motor magnets.
  2. Fix securely another magnet at 90 degrees from motor magnet path, carefully positioning it so that the compass needle marks a position 45 degrees between.
  3. As the motor revolves, the needle will fluctuate of course, but over time, if the motor magnets field is weakening, it will be unable to return to the 45 degree mark.

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